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CAESAR'S HOUR TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: SID CAESAR, NANETTE FABRAY - HFSID 257355

CAESAR'S HOUR TELEVISION CAST Nanette Fabray and Sid Caesar dressed as gypsies in an 8x10 photo, inscribed by her and signed by both Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Albert/Sincerely!/Nanette Fabray", "Many thanks and/good luck/Sid Caesar"

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CAESAR'S HOUR TELEVISION CAST Nanette Fabray and Sid Caesar dressed as gypsies in an 8x10 photo, inscribed by her and signed by both Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Albert/Sincerely!/Nanette Fabray", "Many thanks and/good luck/Sid Caesar". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 7x7½ (one surface). A writer and regular performer on TV's live Your Show of Shows (1950-1954), SID CAESAR (1922-2014), born in Yonkers, New York, hosted a series of shows bearing his name for another decade. He earned an Emmy Award for Best Actor in 1952, and the following year Caesar and Imogene Coca were voted Best Comedy Team in a poll by "Motion Picture Daily". Caesar's autobiography, Where Have I Been? (1979), documents his subsequent struggles with pills and alcohol, but he has continued to appear in cameo roles in films, such as Vegas Vacation (1997). Caesar, who was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actor (Musical) in 1963 for Little Me, is also a composer and saxophonist. The career of NANETTE FABRAY (1920-2018) includes feature films, Broadway and television. Fabray, a veteran of vaudeville, made her feature film debut in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) and gave one of her best performances in 1953's The Band Wagon. Her success on Broadway included a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for Love Life (1949), and she was nominated for a Tony in the same category for Mr. President (1963). On the small screen, Fabray had her own sitcom, The Nanette Fabray Show (1961), played Bonnie Franklin's mother in One Day at a Time and won 3 Emmy Awards after replacing Imogene Coca as Sid Caesar's comedy partner (1954-1955). Fabray, who is the aunt of actress Shelley Fabares, also appeared in a number of made-for-TV movies. Lightly creased. Top right hand corner soiled, otherwise fine condition.

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